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to be nominated for something. if not for secretary of state, it could be for secretary of defense. this idea they're holding up susan rice because of this plan to get scott brown maybe elected -- >> that's too much much. >> look, there is this investigation going on in this benghazi. there was a complete security vacuum in libya before september 11th, 2012. there was. i mean, there were transactional terror groups were able to fill that vacuum. our security was dependent on those locals. these are things that we know. what happened on september 11th? these are things that he knows. what happened after september 11th? in terms of how the administration communicated to the american people. these are basic questions that can be answered and they haven't been, which is why you see one opening which is this possible nomination of susan rice -- >> and that nomination would become an entire investigation of benghazi. that's what that nomination would become. >> susan rice wasn't responsible for benghazi. >> i understand that. >> they have all of those good questions, they should ask those questions. >>
domestic and defense spending. the president will have no more leverage after that fact, isn't that true? >> i think the leverage is there for the president, george. i really do. i'm happy the president and the democrats are not negotiating with themselves this round. they're actually negotiating with people that are in a position in the house to make the decisions. and, if the middle class is -- if that's the vote we take, that's a good vote and that's a step toward in the direction. but, i think that one of the issues that's being left alone in this whole discussion is the amnesia of how we got into this situation, who's responsible for the situation? and to blame the three programs that we're talking about, medicare, medicaid and social security, as the drivers of this deficit, is a mistake. the drivers happened long ago. two wars and a credit card, financial institutions that took -- abused the american people and now we're being asked to go back to the same people who have endured this crisis and ask them to pay up again. no, no. >> differences are still wide on you four. thanks for
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